byLevitskii, V. M; Ofitserskaia shkola usovershenstvovaniia voennykh znanii; Russkii obshche-voinskii soiuz. I-i Otdiel; André Savine Collection (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
At head of title: Ofitserskaia shkola usovershenstvovaniia voennykh znanii pri I Otdielie Russkago obshchevoinskago soiuza v Parizhie Topics: Propaganda, Communist, Propaganda, Soviet, Communism, Anti-communist movements
"Clandestine radio broadcasting is broadcasting in the language of the target audience from a station which does not admit to the origin of transmission or which attempts to mislead listeners about the origin. Such broadcasting has been used for decades by the U.S.S.R. and, at Moscow's behest, by some of its allies as a propaganda medium. For example, one long-time clandestine station, Radio Espana Independiente (Radio of Independent Spain) controlled by the then-exiled Spanish Communist... Topics: DXing, Propaganda, Communist -- Soviet Union, Foreign Affairs Note, Clandestine Radio, Radio...